FREEDOM OR ANARCHY,Campaign of Conscience.

Joseph F Barber | Create Your Badge
This blog does not promote, support, condone, encourage, advocate, nor in any way endorse any racist (or "racialist") ideologies, nor any armed and/or violent revolutionary, seditionist and/or terrorist activities. Any racial separatist or militant groups listed here are solely for reference and Opinions of multiple authors including Freedom or Anarchy Campaign of conscience.

To be GOVERNED

Not For Profit - For Global Justice and The Fight to End Violence & Hunger world wide - Since 1999
"Liberty cannot be preserved without a general knowledge among the people" - John Adams - Second President - 1797 - 1801

This is the callout,This is the call to the Patriots,To stand up for all the ones who’ve been thrown away,This is the call to the all citizens ,Stand up!
Stand up and protect those who can not protect themselves our veterans ,the homeless & the forgotten take back our world today

To protect our independence, We take no government funds
Become A Supporting member of humanity to help end hunger and violence in our country,You have a right to live. You have a right to be. You have these rights regardless of money, health, social status, or class. You have these rights, man, woman, or child. These rights can never be taken away from you, they can only be infringed. When someone violates your rights, remember, it is not your fault.,


DISCOVER THE WORLD

Facebook Badge

FREEDOM OR ANARCHY,Campaign of Conscience

↑ Grab this Headline Animator

The Free Thought Project,The Daily Sheeple & FREEDOM OR ANARCHY Campaign of Conscience are dedicated to holding those who claim authority over our lives accountable. “Each of us has a unique part to play in the healing of the world.”
“Every record has been destroyed or falsified, every book rewritten, every picture has been repainted, every statue and street building has been renamed, every date has been altered. And the process is continuing day by day and minute by minute. History has stopped. Nothing exists except an endless present in which the Party is always right.” - George Orwell, 1984

STEALING FROM THE CITIZENRY

The right to tell the Government to kiss my Ass Important Message for All Law Enforcers Freedom; what it is, and what it is not. Unadulterated freedom is an unattainable goal; that is what the founders of America knew and understood, which was their impetus behind the documents that established our great nation. They also knew that one of the primary driving forces in human nature is the unconscious desire to be truly free. This meant to them that mankind if totally left completely unrestricted would pursue all things in life without any awareness or acknowledgement of the consequences of his/her own actions leaving only the individual conscience if they had one as a control on behavior. This would not bode well in the development of a great society. Yet the founders of America chose to allow men/women as much liberty as could be, with minimum impact on the freedom or liberties of others

Friday, April 8, 2016

Obama: The Enemy Within

Obama: The Enemy Within

As legacies go, Obama’s is right up there with that of any tinhorn dictator of a banana republic. In a year, when we look back on his accomplishments, we’ll have a list that includes, but is not limited to, Cash for Clunkers; Operation Fast and Furious; the billion dollar stimulus that stimulated nothing; the billion dollars wasted on green projects such as Solyndra; the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell; the uprising of ISIS; the sellout deal to Iran that provided them with $150 billion dollars, the deed to Syria, Libya, Yemen and Iraq; the total capitulation to Putin in Crimea, Ukraine and the Middle East; dividing Americans along racial, religious, class, gender and partisan lines; lying about what took place in Benghazi; and, most recently, giving the Castros everything they wanted in exchange for letting Obama watch a baseball game in Havana.
Apparently, Obama was so thrilled with the way things turned out with Iran, he decided to repeat the negotiating strategy when it came to Cuba.
There have been a number of shameful moments in American history. Many of them are associated with slavery and the days of Jim Crow. But more recently, I would include the heartbreaking photo of that last helicopter lifting off the rooftop in Vietnam, while our South Vietnamese allies begged in vain to be rescued. Instead, we left them to be slaughtered by the North Vietnamese communists.
Now we have the picture of Obama standing proudly in front of a Havana wall covered by the smirking face of Che Guevara, the favorite pin up boy of the American left. For those who only know Guevara from the t-shirts and posters of young pinheads, he was the sadist who handled the killing and torturing of Cubans for Fidel Castro.
Obama has seen to it that March 21st will forever be a day of infamy for America and the Cuban patriots.
I realize there are those who think Obama was right to end the decades-long boycott of Cuba, that it was finally time to take Fidel and Raul Castro off America’s shit list. They happen to be the same dunces who thought Reagan should have called off the Cold War. The fact is this was the very worst time to come to Cuba’s aid because with the falling oil prices, Russia and Venezuela were no longer in a position to prop up Cuba’s negligible economy.
So far as the Castros were concerned, Obama represented the cavalry in all those old John Ford westerns. In exchange, Obama didn’t even try to make Cuba release American fugitives, including a cop killer, who had received sanctuary in Havana. But it was a white cop, after all, and we know how Obama feels about them.
I woke up the other day to hear that Muslims had murdered and maimed a great many Belgians. So what else is new? The question is how much longer the U.S. and Europe will continue to pretend that we aren’t involved in an existential battle with Islam. The Muslims continue to butcher us, and leaders in the West continue to insist that violence is an aberration of Islam when honest people recognize it to be the centerpiece of the religion.
Here in the U.S., we still have politicians, even 15 years after 9/11, bending over backwards to welcome increasing numbers of Muslims into our country, pretending that we can never have too many mosques or too many cab drivers.
Speaking of which, in recent months, Muslims working as uber and lyft drivers have assaulted and raped a large number of young women in Jacksonville, Dallas, Philadelphia, Anaheim and East Lansing. If you haven’t read about it in your local papers, you can blame political correctness in the media, which tends to ignore crime and violence in America, unless, of course, it’s committed by white people.
There is so much bad news swirling around the courts these days that I’m happy to be able to report on a small miracle. In Massachusetts, the state’s high court upheld the conviction of a woman, Jamie Caetano, who had purchased a stun gun to protect herself from an abusive ex-boyfriend.
No, that’s not the good news. Read on.
They had based their cuckoo decision on the absurd grounds that because stun guns didn’t exist in colonial times, they weren’t protected by the Second Amendment. As Bernie Goldberg noted: “The Massachusetts court might,” on those absurd grounds, “have decided that broadcast journalists are not protected by the First Amendment because radio and TV didn’t exist back in those days.”
The good news is that the U.S. Supreme Court, in a rare unanimous decision, struck down the Massachusetts ruling.
Before we move on, why is it that when women have good reason to require either guns or a court order to protect them from psychos, the psychos aren’t in jail?
Unfortunately, when it comes to our legal system, for every piece of good news, it is inevitably balanced by a piece of terrible news. Just recently, a six-year-old girl was wrenched from the only home she had ever known. And even though her foster parents had been trying to adopt her for over two years, the court and social services decided she belonged with strangers in a different state. The reason? It seems the child is one percent Choctaw, and there is a loony law on the books that requires that such children be raised in the home of a Choctaw family.
Since when does a drop of blood trump the love of two parents and the emotional well-being of a child? I thought this business of basing an individual’s identity om blood went out with Jim Crow and the Nazis.
I know we’re supposed to kowtow to Indians as our moral superiors simply because they weren’t able to defend their land a few hundred years ago, but enough is enough already. Either they’re Americans just like the rest of us or they’re not. If they’re not, it’s time to move them off the reservations and take back the casinos because they’re trespassing.
Although I don’t support Donald Trump’s candidacy, I keep feeling the need to defend him against people I like even less. It’s bad enough when he gets blamed because the fans of Bernie Sanders and other left-wing hooligans start brawls at his gatherings, but the other day CNN’s Jake Tapper asked him, one American to another, if he would consider cutting down on his heated rhetoric.
Frankly, I’m not crazy about a lot of the stuff Trump says. But when has anyone in the media asked a Democrat to watch his language? When Joe Biden told a black audience that Mitt Romney was going to put them back in chains, I didn’t hear Tapper call him out on it.
When the head of the DNC, Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, said that Republicans calling for photo IDs at election time, was their way of bringing back the poll tax, did anyone in the media slap her down for engaging in hate speech?
When Obama, Pelosi, Reid and Hillary Clinton, at various times, dismissed Tea Party conservatives as un-American or compared those who opposed the nuclear deal with Iran to terrorists, if Tapper or any of his colleagues condemned them, I must have missed it.
For that matter, I am still waiting to hear Barack Obama refer to Muslims as those who cling to their religion and their bombs.
When it comes to religion, Hollywood producers tend to either ignore it or use it as a subject for ridicule. On the rare occasions that Hollywood tackles faith, it generally panders so clumsily that the final product is as simplistic as a child’s fairy tale. That is why I very nearly gave “Miracles from Heaven” a pass.
I’m glad I didn’t. Even though it’s only March, I doubt if I’m likely to see a better or more touching movie in 2016. It just might make you think that Frank Capra was alive and well and back working in Hollywood. The only problem I had with the movie is that the advertising gives away too much of the plot.
If your faith in the human race is fading as quickly as my own, this movie could be just the thing to jump-start it. At least for a couple of hours.

Obama: The Enemy Within

As legacies go, Obama’s is right up there with that of any tinhorn dictator of a banana republic. In a year, when we look back on his accomplishments, we’ll have a list that includes, but is not limited to, Cash for Clunkers; Operation Fast and Furious; the billion dollar stimulus that stimulated nothing; the billion dollars wasted on green projects such as Solyndra; the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell; the uprising of ISIS; the sellout deal to Iran that provided them with $150 billion dollars, the deed to Syria, Libya, Yemen and Iraq; the total capitulation to Putin in Crimea, Ukraine and the Middle East; dividing Americans along racial, religious, class, gender and partisan lines; lying about what took place in Benghazi; and, most recently, giving the Castros everything they wanted in exchange for letting Obama watch a baseball game in Havana.
Apparently, Obama was so thrilled with the way things turned out with Iran, he decided to repeat the negotiating strategy when it came to Cuba.
There have been a number of shameful moments in American history. Many of them are associated with slavery and the days of Jim Crow. But more recently, I would include the heartbreaking photo of that last helicopter lifting off the rooftop in Vietnam, while our South Vietnamese allies begged in vain to be rescued. Instead, we left them to be slaughtered by the North Vietnamese communists.
Now we have the picture of Obama standing proudly in front of a Havana wall covered by the smirking face of Che Guevara, the favorite pin up boy of the American left. For those who only know Guevara from the t-shirts and posters of young pinheads, he was the sadist who handled the killing and torturing of Cubans for Fidel Castro.
Obama has seen to it that March 21st will forever be a day of infamy for America and the Cuban patriots.
I realize there are those who think Obama was right to end the decades-long boycott of Cuba, that it was finally time to take Fidel and Raul Castro off America’s shit list. They happen to be the same dunces who thought Reagan should have called off the Cold War. The fact is this was the very worst time to come to Cuba’s aid because with the falling oil prices, Russia and Venezuela were no longer in a position to prop up Cuba’s negligible economy.
So far as the Castros were concerned, Obama represented the cavalry in all those old John Ford westerns. In exchange, Obama didn’t even try to make Cuba release American fugitives, including a cop killer, who had received sanctuary in Havana. But it was a white cop, after all, and we know how Obama feels about them.
I woke up the other day to hear that Muslims had murdered and maimed a great many Belgians. So what else is new? The question is how much longer the U.S. and Europe will continue to pretend that we aren’t involved in an existential battle with Islam. The Muslims continue to butcher us, and leaders in the West continue to insist that violence is an aberration of Islam when honest people recognize it to be the centerpiece of the religion.
Here in the U.S., we still have politicians, even 15 years after 9/11, bending over backwards to welcome increasing numbers of Muslims into our country, pretending that we can never have too many mosques or too many cab drivers.
Speaking of which, in recent months, Muslims working as uber and lyft drivers have assaulted and raped a large number of young women in Jacksonville, Dallas, Philadelphia, Anaheim and East Lansing. If you haven’t read about it in your local papers, you can blame political correctness in the media, which tends to ignore crime and violence in America, unless, of course, it’s committed by white people.
There is so much bad news swirling around the courts these days that I’m happy to be able to report on a small miracle. In Massachusetts, the state’s high court upheld the conviction of a woman, Jamie Caetano, who had purchased a stun gun to protect herself from an abusive ex-boyfriend.
No, that’s not the good news. Read on.
They had based their cuckoo decision on the absurd grounds that because stun guns didn’t exist in colonial times, they weren’t protected by the Second Amendment. As Bernie Goldberg noted: “The Massachusetts court might,” on those absurd grounds, “have decided that broadcast journalists are not protected by the First Amendment because radio and TV didn’t exist back in those days.”
The good news is that the U.S. Supreme Court, in a rare unanimous decision, struck down the Massachusetts ruling.
Before we move on, why is it that when women have good reason to require either guns or a court order to protect them from psychos, the psychos aren’t in jail?
Unfortunately, when it comes to our legal system, for every piece of good news, it is inevitably balanced by a piece of terrible news. Just recently, a six-year-old girl was wrenched from the only home she had ever known. And even though her foster parents had been trying to adopt her for over two years, the court and social services decided she belonged with strangers in a different state. The reason? It seems the child is one percent Choctaw, and there is a loony law on the books that requires that such children be raised in the home of a Choctaw family.
Since when does a drop of blood trump the love of two parents and the emotional well-being of a child? I thought this business of basing an individual’s identity om blood went out with Jim Crow and the Nazis.
I know we’re supposed to kowtow to Indians as our moral superiors simply because they weren’t able to defend their land a few hundred years ago, but enough is enough already. Either they’re Americans just like the rest of us or they’re not. If they’re not, it’s time to move them off the reservations and take back the casinos because they’re trespassing.
Although I don’t support Donald Trump’s candidacy, I keep feeling the need to defend him against people I like even less. It’s bad enough when he gets blamed because the fans of Bernie Sanders and other left-wing hooligans start brawls at his gatherings, but the other day CNN’s Jake Tapper asked him, one American to another, if he would consider cutting down on his heated rhetoric.
Frankly, I’m not crazy about a lot of the stuff Trump says. But when has anyone in the media asked a Democrat to watch his language? When Joe Biden told a black audience that Mitt Romney was going to put them back in chains, I didn’t hear Tapper call him out on it.
When the head of the DNC, Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, said that Republicans calling for photo IDs at election time, was their way of bringing back the poll tax, did anyone in the media slap her down for engaging in hate speech?
When Obama, Pelosi, Reid and Hillary Clinton, at various times, dismissed Tea Party conservatives as un-American or compared those who opposed the nuclear deal with Iran to terrorists, if Tapper or any of his colleagues condemned them, I must have missed it.
For that matter, I am still waiting to hear Barack Obama refer to Muslims as those who cling to their religion and their bombs.
When it comes to religion, Hollywood producers tend to either ignore it or use it as a subject for ridicule. On the rare occasions that Hollywood tackles faith, it generally panders so clumsily that the final product is as simplistic as a child’s fairy tale. That is why I very nearly gave “Miracles from Heaven” a pass.
I’m glad I didn’t. Even though it’s only March, I doubt if I’m likely to see a better or more touching movie in 2016. It just might make you think that Frank Capra was alive and well and back working in Hollywood. The only problem I had with the movie is that the advertising gives away too much of the plot.
If your faith in the human race is fading as quickly as my own, this movie could be just the thing to jump-start it. At least for a couple of hours.


No comments :